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St. Paul police investigating homicide on Dale Street

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Police in St. Paul say they're investigating a homicide after they found a dead body on the 600 block of Dale Street North overnight.The homicide was reported at about 3 a.m.Police say they found a man believed to be in his 50s lying on the sidewalk. He was pronounced dead on the scene.The Ramsey County Medical Examiner conducted an autopsy to determine the cause of death. It was discovered the man had been shot.No arrests have been made and investigators do not believe the shooting was random. This is the 21st homicide in St. Paul this year.The victim was not identified. 
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Twins broadcaster Dick Bremer has had enough of the Cleveland Guardians

The Minnesota Twins dropped three games to the Cleveland Guardians in their five-game series this week. While that’s not catastrophic, that includes back-to-back losses on walk-off home runs, and Twins announcer Dick Bremer sounded like he’s had enough. On Wednesday, Cleveland and Minnesota were tied at three at...
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Vikings Rookie Is the Real Deal

People were shocked when the Vikings traded back to the last pick of the first round. The pick was formerly owned by the division rivals from Detroit, who got the pick from the Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams in the trade for Matthew Stafford. Vikings fans were even more shocked when they selected a safety. Not the big name Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton but a safety from Georgia named Lewis Cine.
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Jazz trade Rudy Gobert to Timberwolves for package of several players, multiple first-round picks, per report

The Utah Jazz are trading Rudy Gobert to the Minnesota Timberwolves, according to Adrian Wojnarowski. Minnesota is sending Utah Malik Beasley, Patrick Beverley, Walker Kessler, Leandro Bolmaro, Jarred Vanderbilt and multiple first-round picks for the All-Star center. Gobert is a three-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year and is widely considered the league's best rim-protector. In Minnesota, he will link up with Karl-Anthony Towns, who is one of the NBA's better offensive big men, to form one of the NBA's best frontcourts.
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Man on the lam charged in fatal south Minneapolis shooting

MINNEAPOLIS -- A 31-year-old Twin Cities man who remains on the lam is now charged in a fatal shooting earlier this week in south Minneapolis.  Jashon Johnson, of Edina, is charged via warrant with second-degree murder in connection to the Monday killing on Stevens Avenue South, court documents filed in Hennepin County show. His girlfriend, Australia Washington, is also charged in the shooting death of 31-year-old Marcus Saunders. According to a criminal complaint, Johnson gunned down Saunders shortly after 1 p.m. as Saunders' two young children waited for him nearby. The mother of Saunders' children was with him, and told...
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Man found dead with 'trauma to his face' in St. Paul

A man was found dead on a Frogtown neighborhood sidewalk with "trauma to his face" in the early morning hours Friday. Police in St. Paul said medics were called to the 600 block of Dale Street North at about 3:10 a.m. on a report of a person lying on the sidewalk. They arrived in the area and found the man, who was confirmed dead at the scene.
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After manhole explosions near U, Met Council warns not to flush gas down the toilet

MINNEAPOLIS -- Officials have issued a warning about what people can dump in the sewer, after several explosions forced evacuations near the University of Minnesota. The Metropolitan Council says it thinks someone released gasoline into the system. "It is a stark reminder that the only thing that should go down the sewer besides human waste is toilet paper," the agency said Friday. "The Metropolitan Council, and its Environmental Services division, is warning residents, businesses, and industries not to put gas or other flammable materials down the sewer." Around 2:45 p.m. Thursday, fire crews were called to a fraternity house for a fire in the basement. As they put that out, reports came in of manhole covers being blown out of the street, indicating a possible gasoline spill in the sewer line. That triggered evacuations at residence halls, fraternities as well as a local daycare and YMCA.  Centerpoint Energy told WCCO their crews found no natural gas leaks. People in the area were advised to continue to stay aware and call 911 if they smell gas. No one was hurt.
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Minneapolis minimum wage increase takes effect

MINNEAPOLIS -- Minimum wage in Minneapolis has increased as of Friday. For small businesses with 100 or fewer employees, the minimum wage bumped from $12.50 to $13.50 an hour. Large businesses with more than 100 employees must pay workers at least $15 an hour. Tips and gratuities do not count...
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Tom Barnard to leave KQRS after 36 years as host

MINNEAPOLIS -- One of the longest-running radio hosts in the Twin Cities metro area will be leaving his post at the end of the year.KQRS, a classic rock station based in Golden Valley, announced that Tom Barnard would be retiring from the station, with his final show being scheduled for Dec. 23.He's been with the station for 36 years, since 1986."You're the best in the business, Tom," the station tweeted Thursday. "We wish you all the best in your next chapter!"While Barnard has largely shied away from interviews, WCCO's Frank Vascellaro did manage to talk with Barnard on a few occasions, when he launched a podcast and, when he signed a fresh five-year contract in 2015, spoke frankly about his family history and upbringing in Minnesota.Barnard's tenure on KQRS was not without controversy. He has been accused of insensitivity to minorities with some of his off-the-cuff comments made on the highly-rated morning show, particularly toward the newly-naturalized Somali and Hmong communities.Barnard was inducted into Minnesota Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2018.
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Look: Tom Brady Says 1 NBA Star Is Playing The Wrong Sport

Anthony Edwards' talent isn't contained to the basketball court. The Minnesota Timberwolves star posted a video where he shows off his strong arm and pass-catching skills on the gridiron. Edwards earned praise from NFL icon Tom Brady, who encouraged the 20-year-old to reconsider his calling. "Ant I know the money...
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Hourslong standoff ends in St. Paul, 1 in custody

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- A standoff that began early Thursday morning in St. Paul ended with a man in custody. St. Paul police say officers responded to the 400 block of Maryland Avenue West around 6:50 a.m. A 51-year-old suspect allegedly shot at his 50-year-old girlfriend. He missed his shot and she made it to safety, but he barricaded himself inside his apartment. He was taken into custody without incident around 11 a.m., after a SWAT team entered the apartment. There was a handgun and a shotgun at the...
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How have former $100M earners panned out for the Timberwolves?

By Julian BasenaMINNEAPOLIS -- Karl-Anthony Towns recently signed a contract extension that will keep his pockets lined and his people blessed for years to come. The four-year, $224 million dollar contract he agreed to on the first day of free agency will keep him in Minnesota through the 2027-28 season. And it's reasonable to say he's earned it. At just 26, Towns has earned two All-NBA nods, three All-Star appearances and has averaged 20 points on 50% shooting on five of his seven active seasons. And he's coming off his statistical best season, in which he led the Wolves to...
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Where To View Fireworks In 2022

MINNEAPOLIS -- Scroll below for the city nearest to you to find information about their Fourth of July firework display plans. (Don't see the one near you? Let us know to add it by contacting us here!) Minneapolis Minneapolis once again canceled its "Red, White and Boom" fireworks celebration due to staffing issues and the construction projects happening throughout Minneapolis. Although the traditional annual event won't be taking place, smaller-scale...
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